News of Maine's Coast and Islands
Consider the extremes of how islands are portrayed in literature, film, and on TV. The island setting often is used to show how the very best of community values can thrive, or how the very worst of human nature can fester.
On March 6, the Island Institute began reprioritizing work as the impacts of the pandemic grew locally.
Rob Snyder, Ph.D.
Island and coastal communities, and the people who care about them near and far, must pull together right now.
Fishermen reported the lobsters were around all summer, but just weren't trapping.
Susie Arnold, Ph.D.
The winner, Best Picture, will be chosen at the end of the evening…
Editor’s note: The guest column published in the December/January issue—“Media is responsible for ‘eco anxiety,’” by Mark Preston—generated reader reaction ranging from...
Insistent rejection of consensus in the absence of compelling evidence is anything but a reflection of scientific curiosity and humility.
It combines egg salad with grated cheese and a little scallion, and when spread on bread…
Maine lost $1,642 per person in funds for just these five programs because of its undercount…
Meghan Grabill, Ph.D.